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Cat tests positive for rabies in Brunswick, health officials say

A feral cat from the central Cate Road area near Brunswick has tested positive for rabies, the Glynn County Health Department said Wednesday. Two adult residents were scratched by the cat and have been referred to their health care provider for possible post-exposure rabies treatment, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health’s Coastal Health District.
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‘Irate’ parent arrested after discharging pepper spray on Brunswick school bus, school district says

A parent is facing charges after she sprayed pepper spray on a school bus on Tuesday morning, according to Glynn County Schools. Shaquayle Cutler, 29, was arrested on three counts of battery, a count of criminal trespass, a count of first-degree cruelty to children, a count of reckless conduct, and a count of disruption of the operation of a school bus, Glynn County Detention Center records show.
BRUNSWICK, GA

Brunswick woman charged after using pepper spray on school bus

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A Brunswick woman is jailed after police said she pepper-sprayed a school bus driver and bus monitor who were trying to remove her from a bus. Shaquayle Cuyler, 29, was arrested after she boarded a bus Tuesday morning in Brunswick following a Friday disagreement with the bus driver, Glynn County Schools […]
BRUNSWICK, GA
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Glynn County: School bus pepper spray attack

This morning, one Glynn County parent is in jail for discharging a can of pepper spray into a school bus. According to Glynn County School Systems, it happened when the bus was picking up students near Brunswick Commons when the parent confronted the bus driver and school monitor. At 7...
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Tree board inactive due to lack of quorum

The Glynn County Tree Advisory Board has been inactive for more than three years because there are not enough appointed members to constitute a quorum to vote on issues. It is uncertain if the four vacancies will be filled anytime soon, if at all. Some are even questioning the need for a tree board.
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